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June 2014 Archives

Auto accident involving three cars hospitalizes two

In Fulton County, drivers must always pay full attention to the road and potential dangers to avoid an auto accident. However, no matter what a driver does, there are times that car accidents cannot be prevented. They could be due to the carelessness of another driver, a driver who was drinking before getting behind the wheel or simply because of circumstance. What must be understood, though, is that injuries and deaths can result from an auto accident causing long-term problems to the individuals and families.

Fatal car crash claims life of child


When there is a fatal car crash in Fulton County, there are many issues that must be considered by the family left behind. The road can be a dangerous place and it is even more dangerous when there are drivers on the road who operate their vehicles recklessly and illegally. The worst case scenario is the loss of a loved one. With car accidents, the long-term damage can be incalculable specifically when there is a fatality and it is a child who is killed.

Truck driver fatigue alleged in accident that injured comedian


Drivers in Fulton County must always keep an eye out for 18-wheeler trucks. These trucks are imperative to the nation's economy as they deliver goods and provide jobs. However, the hours that truck drivers must put in to do their jobs can sometimes leads to truck driver fatigue and a dangerous situation. In any semi truck accident, the sheer size of the vehicles makes it possible that there will be serious injuries resulting from the crash.

Toddler injured and hospitalized after car accident


Any kind of car accident in Fulton County can have terrible consequences. When it is a hit-and-run accident and involves a child, its ramifications can be life-changing. When there is an accident involving a motor vehicle and a pedestrian, the odds of the pedestrian being seriously injured are substantial. They're even more dangerous when the incident involves a toddler.

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